My sago palms all froze durning our Texas freeze! Will they come back to life? What can I do for them ?
I have four sagos and they were doing very well, but this year we had a bad freeze and all of the leaves have turned yellow. What should I do as far as pruning?
I do not know if ‘fronds’ and ‘leaves’ are the same, and I do not know what ‘fruit’ and ‘flower stalk’ refers to. I will appreciate your answers and continue to enjoy your website information.
My sago palm has white, soft looking stuff on the underside of its leaves. It almost has the look of snow. How do I get rid of this?
My Sago leaves froze this winter. I believe that the main part of the plant is ok. My question is, do I cut off the part of the leaves that froze?
My sagos were damaged during the cold winter here in Pensacola, FL. Lots of the limbs are brown now. How do I prune these plants safely?
I have numerous sago palms planted in large potting containers around my home. We also have many of the sago palms planted in the yard landscape. I live close to the US Gulf Coast, but we recently had ice and a freeze that caused the palm branches to turn brown. What do I need to do to revive the green color back into the plants? Do all of the brown branches need to be removed?
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